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TCC Using Federal Funds to Forgive Outstanding Balances

August 3, 2021
The College is notifying students with outstanding balances who were enrolled on or after March 2020 that they money they owed TCC, as of July 12, 2021, has been erased. The initiative involves balances accrued during the Spring 2020 through Spring 2021 semesters. “The students who are...

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TCC Foundation Provides $10,000 for College Park Students

July 15, 2021
The TCC Foundation is providing $10,000 for textbook vouchers for students selected for the first cohort, or group. Each College Park student will receive a $250 textbook voucher. “The TCC Foundation recognizes College Park is an innovative student experience utilizing best practices such as...

Tulsa Community College Receives National Library Award

June 30, 2021
One of three awards given by the national association, the Tulsa Community College Library was chosen for its assessment-based approach to decision making and for building relationships across the four campuses. The Association of College and Research Libraries presented the Excellence in Academic...

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TCC Regent Honored for Decades of Service

June 22, 2021
Following his final board meeting, TCC leadership, colleagues, and family hosted a reception to recognize his decades of service to TCC and legacy. Appointed in 1985 to the Tulsa Junior College Board of Regents, Looney would see a college name change and helped the College become a leader in higher...
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TCC Smart Start Program Recognized with Innovation Award

June 16, 2021
TCC’s Smart Start Orientation allows prospective students to expand their understanding of each of the 12 Health Sciences programs offered by TCC. All 12 are workforce programs, with students prepared to go into the workforce upon completion of the degree or certificate. It was recently...
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TCC Students and Faculty Help Develop Virtual Projects for Historic Greenwood

May 25, 2021
Developed over the past year, nearly 200 students at TCC and Tulsa Public Schools worked to create Mapping Greenwood and 1921 Historic Black Wall Street Business Directory . These projects have been produced in partnership with the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation, TCC, and Urban Coders...
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TCC Hosts an American Sign Language Poetry Reading

May 13, 2021
Ridloff, a Deaf American Sign Language poet, will be the featured guest artist for a virtual American Sign Language Poetry Reading at 3 p.m., Monday, May 17. “This is an exciting time to have Douglas Ridloff join our community to share about ASL Poetry and his efforts to preserve American...

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